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While still in the hospital following surgery in the early 1960s, friends and neighbors of Wymore, Neb.-farmer Woodrow Norris held a plowing bee so that he wouldn’t miss his chance to plant the winter wheat crop when he returned home. Friends and relatives that participated in the bee included (from left) Andy Zvolanek, Arly Hinman, Roy Hardy, Don Epp, Marv Wittmuss, Glen Price, Merl Breunsbach, Lynn Goin, Art Goin and sons, Albert Hurtz, Clarence Lewis, and George Norris.